Remove 4 letters from this seq...
[6296] Remove 4 letters from this seq... - Remove 4 letters from this sequence (VIRUUVCOS) to reveal a familiar English word. - #brainteasers #wordpuzzles - Correct Answers: 30 - The first user who solved this task is Nílton Corrêa de Sousa
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Remove 4 letters from this seq...

Remove 4 letters from this sequence (VIRUUVCOS) to reveal a familiar English word.
Correct answers: 30
The first user who solved this task is Nílton Corrêa de Sousa.
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BETTER THAN EATING THE EVIDENCE

Morris is at work one day when he notices that his co-worker, Joe, is wearing an earring. This man knows his co-worker to be a normally conservative fellow, and is curious about his sudden change in "fashion sense."

"Hey Joe, he yells out - I didn't know you were into earrings."

"Don't make such a big deal out of it,...it's only an earring." Says Joe sheepishly.

"No really," probes Morris, "How long have you been wearing one?"

"Ever since my wife found it in our bed."

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Neil Bartlett

Died 5 Aug 2008 at age 75 (born 15 Sep 1932).English-American chemist who formed the first compound with a noble gas element, xenon platinofluoride, XePtF6 (23 Mar 1962), a yellow-orange crystalline solid, stable at room temperature by immersing platinum fluoride in xenon gas. For a half-century since Ramsay discovered xenon, it had, with the other elements in its group on the Periodic Table, been known as an inert gas. After Bartlett's discovery, a new field of investigation was opened, and other chemists found further compounds of not only xenon, but the noble gas elements radon and krypton. The heaviest elements of the noble gases, as the least inert, were susceptible to combination with a highly reactive element. Pauling had proposed this in theoretical calculations made thirty years before Bartlett's experimental success.«
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